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Rock The City Festival, Bucharest – live review

Rock The City Festival, Bucharest 22 July 2019 We ventured to the beautiful city of Bucharest, to take in its special blend of 19th century domes...

Welcome to the Village Festival 2019 – live review

Leeuwarden's Welcome to the Village festival continues to be a warm inclusive and adventurous festival with large dollops of the wyrd.

Girl Band – Interviewed: ‘You can’t play our songs on an acoustic guitar, sat on a stool’

  Dublin four piece Girl Band are about to release their second album 'The Talkies'. Keith Goldhanger meets up with them to find out more...

Dirty Laces: Back Of The Line – new single

Manc indie newcomers are back with a fresh blast of fast paced indie for the masses. Wayne AF Carey gives his approval.

Sanction This: Sanction This – Album Review

Sanction This - Sanction This (Grow Your Own) LP/CD/DL Out now The Wildmen from Northumberland return with a bleak picture of an inhumane country painted by a...

Tramlines Festival 2019: Hillsborough Park – live review

Last weekend Hillsborough Park opened its gates to more than 30, 000 people on each Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as this year’s Tramlines Festival took place. To say this festival grows in both stature and success every year would be an understatement, and this year, on its tenth anniversary, all the stops were pulled out to make the it the greatest outing yet.

Bluedot Festival 2019: Jodrell Bank, Cheshire – Sunday – live review

It's the final day of Bluedot 2019 and we have a late-night date with hometown heroes New Order to keep on our toes for,...

Bluedot Festival 2019: Jodrell Bank, Cheshire – Saturday live review

The nights may be late and the mud may be thicker, but nothing is stopping the team as they take in the delights of...

Bluedot Festival 2019: Jodrell Bank, Cheshire – Thursday-Friday live review

David Edwards and Melanie Smith take the short road to Bluedot Festival and discover a festival with ideas, energy, individuality. And above all -...

The Allergies : Glasgow : Live Review ‘live drum and bass bering down the house’

Dance fusion built on drum and bass roots wows Glasgow audience..

Kiss: Manchester, Arena – live review

The Kiss End Of The Road World Tour reaches Manchester and Nigel gets more than a few flashbacks! He reviews for Louder Than War with photos by Mike Ainscoe!

Mute Announce Vinyl Reissue Of Fad Gadget Best Of

Mute Records have announced the reissue of seminal electronica artist Fad Gadget's Best Of. The release will be the first time this compilation has...

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